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are enjoying an unemployment rate that's half the united states average. agree or disagree, college education today costs more and delivers less than any other time in history. >> i would say it's probably right but still is a good deal, that is over the course of a lifetime college graduates are earning about 70% more than people who do not have a four-year college degree. even though many young people are coming into a very bad jobs market, even though many of them have a lot of debt hanging over their shoulder it's still over the long-term going to be a good deal for them. >> robert reich, thank you so much. >> thanks, christine. >> have a great weekend. >>> a final quiz for the class of 2013, 70% of you are graduating with some student debt. is the average amount ohhed, a, 15,000. b, $25,000, or c, 35 grand? the answer right after this. matt's brakes didn't sound right... ...so i brought my car to mike at meineke... ...and we inspected his brakes for free. -free is good. -free is very good. [ male announcer ] now get 50% off brake pads and shoes at meineke. >>> $35,200, that's how much th
to a public education. here is a quote. quote, i don't think we should use the bad decision that children make outside of school as an example or scapegoat to make a message. joining me now, the target of that attack in the video and her attorney. welcome to both of you. and also joining me is our own legal analyst and attorney for our sister network hln joey jackson. so, aria, let me begin with you. help me understand what happened. from what i understand, the day you were beaten up, a fellow student lured you off school grounds, do you have any idea why you were targeted? >> not really. like -- >> go ahead. >> i didn't know it was coming. and it was, like, unexpected. >> it was unexpected for you. but from what i can tell, aria, there were a bunch of people standing around. how many people were standing there watching? >> the police officer said there was around 20. >> wow. and we're looking at you now, i know you recovered. but according to the florida court ruling, this girl, this bully can now go back to class. i know she is back in class, not at your school, but given what happened to yo
use walmart's education benefits to get a degree, maybe work in it, or be an engineer, helping walmart conserve energy. even today, when our store does well, i earn quarterly bonuses. when people look at me, i hope they see someone working their way up. vo: opportunity, that's the real walmart. how we get there is not. we're americans. we work. we plan. ameriprise advisors can help you like they've helped millions of others. to help you retire your way, with confidence. ♪ that's what ameriprise financial does. that's what they can do with you. let's get to work. ameriprise financial. more within reach. >>> now for our "worhat in the world" segment. tackle one of the great challenges of our times. cutting carbon emissions to slow down climate change. it would result in the single largest reduction of co2 emissions globally. but there are a couple of hitches, let me explain. here's the idea. it's time to help china master fracking safely. by now it is clear that frack g fracking, the process of extracting shale gas has dramatically lowered america's carbon emissions. according to the
. agree or disagree. college education today costs more and delivers less than any other time in history? >> i would say that's probably right. but it still is a good deal. that is over the course of a lifetime, college graduates are earning about 70% more than people who do not have a four-year college degree. even though many young people are coming into a very bad jobs market, even though many of them have a lot of debts hanging over their shoulders rng it's still over the long term going to be a good deal for them. >> robert, so nis to see you. thank you very much. >> thanks, christine. >> have a great weekend. >> a final quiz for the class of 2013. 70% of you are graduating with some student debt. is the average amount owed, a, $15,000. b, $25,000. or c, $35,000? the answer right after this. and tea parties. i'll have more awkward conversations than i'm equipped for, because i'm raising two girls on my own. i'll worry about the economy more than a few times before they're grown. but it's for them, so i've found a way. who matters most to you says the most about you. at massmutual we
and only, cheerios >>> for girls living in developing countries education is not something they take for granted. that's the subject of "girl rising". >> this is a 16-year-old who liveses in nepal. she's one of the lucky ones. she's attending school. >> i'm proud of my school. >> reporter: here there is a program to promote literacy and gender equality in education. >> the program started out because we found out that most families if they were able to educate only one child it was boys over girls. >> reporter: she attended primary school but government education is free only through the 5th grade. organizations like room to read allow her to continue her education. >> and the first person getting education in the family. we are from a poor family. we cannot afford all to go to high school. >> reporter: her family lives above a carpet family. her father is paralyzed and her mother blind. without an education she says she would end up working at the carpet factory. now she has big dreams. >> i want to be an eye doctor when i grow up. because my mother is blind. so i want to be an eye
that is going on now in labs. educated guesses based on trends that have continued for a very long time. if you go back to 10 to 15 years ago, the predictions about the arrival of the internet, the impact of personal information and so forth have all, in fact, come through. >> is the united states the center of the world for this stuff? >> for the moment. there's evidence that asia will get there. the number of engineers being produced in asia and the commitment of education in asia the connectivity in asia are all catching up, and eventually it's a numbers game and there are more incredibly smart indians and chinese just numerically than americans. this is the other aspect of our industry which is we focus on the globalized competition and the need for education reform so that we can remain competitive as a nation. >> eric schmidt, jared cohen, pleasure to have you on. >>> up next, the link between money and happiness. does more money make us more happy? how happy are americans? the answers will surprise you. you've known? dn we gave people a sticker and had them show us. we learned a lo
's still missing and what we can do to better educate all of us as to the circumstances and as we go forward, work to try to identify anyone that we can. clearly, i'm hoping as a result of what transpired here, that some very positive steps are going to be taken to put more emphasis on the people who are missing. >> we know if somebody is over the age of 21, if they're an adult, all too often they are treated very differently than a missing child because they are adult and maybe don't get the same level of attention and that certainly seems to be what happened with michelle knight. >> you're absolutely correct. i mean, she was on the radar screen, then after 2003, she was off of it, and it's like she fell off the face of the earth. and clearly, there might be other people in a similar circumstance and that's why we need to have an audit, we need to work with the safety director, the chief of police, the administration. i'm confident that the jackson administration has done everything possible to pursue people who are missing. but we've got to look at the big picture, come up with a b
into the middle class. policies that create more good jobs and reduce poverty and educate more children and give more families the security of health care and protect more of our children from the horrors of gun violence. that's my job. >> so can the president change the focus from the recent scandals and controversies? let's turn to charles blow in new york and errol in washington. writing for the "new york times." good to see you both. >> ross, let me begin with you. the president seems to be moving forward. his approval rating is up even after all these controversies were revealed. so does washington move forward along with, or will critics continue to kind of rail about the scandals? >> i think critics will keep talking about these scandals. i think the numbers you're seeing for the president aren't that surprising. the economy -- >> not surprising, you're saying? >> i don't think they're that surprising. >> why? >> personal approval ratings tend to be driven more by the economy than anything else, and the scandals, i think the public is right when they're asking do they think the irs invest
skills and the education that she's never had, starting with her abcs. >> this is the first project we get to do together. sometimes we felt like we were with a 3-year-old, a 7-year-old, 15-year-old, 45-year-old depending on what she was feeling at the moment and needed to communicate. her behavior could be erratic. she could be having fun and we know wanting to social and talking, then lock being the door an throwing the covers over her head another minute. her behavior was impulsive an very difficult at times. >> reporter: even though she made some progress in therapy, aesha was still emotionally empty because what she wanted most was a family to call her own. and soon she met an afghan family from maryland. aesha won them over and persuaded her to take them in. now for the first time in her life she was choosing her own path and she seemed happy. >> i like here because i am going to the school. i put my purse like this. when she's going to the playground twlb is the swing and she loves to swing. >> reporter: after seven months with this family, aesha would have the first of many sur
there that are taking tax exempt status for being, quote unquote, educational? >> well, this is the issue. it just should be done in a completely nonpartisan way. but these are -- these 501c-4s, in order to be tax exempt, in order for people to give them money and also not be disclosed who they are, the 501c-4 has to spend at least 50% plus $1 on actual social welfare. so some of these organizations have been -- you foe, it looks like they've been spending more an on just pure politics. it's a legitimate inquiry by the irs. what is in no way legitimate is this be bias in any way. the people responsible for this should be held accountable. >> senator al franken, thanks so much for your time and keep us up-to-date on your meeting with the securities and exchange commission. >> thank you, jake. >>> come up later this hour, i talk to the guy i wanted to be when i was a young man. i was trying to become a acomic strip cartoon. about to unleash his talents on an online show featuring bill murray and john goodman. >> they're politicians but they're four guys trying to live together and try to get through
they educational. you have to look at politics to answer that question. so i think it's important to reserve judgment. this is all based on a report that has not even been made public yet. so let's take a deep breath and see what -- what the facts are and then we can be totally outraged. >> but if the only groups they're looking at are groups with the words tea party or patriot and not progressive or liberal, that certainly would raise a lot of questions. >> it would, but we need to know how many -- were there any groups there with progressive or liberal in their titles. were they all tea party groups. i just think the facts matter here, and it's important to know what they are before we condemn people. >> we'll have hearings this week and see. jeff toobin, dana bash, thanks. >>> up next, an abortion doctor found guilty of murder, killing babies that were born alive. [ heart beating, monitor beeping ] woman: what do you mean, homeowners insurance doesn't cover floods? [ heart rate increases ] man: a few inches of water caused all this? [ heart rate increases ] woman #2: but i don't even live
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, and to educating upcoming physicians. >> why would anyone want to harm them? >> reporter: and with that in mind, the university saying they have stepped up security around campus to help people feel more safe, to make sure things are protected. but overall, a sad day here combined with a happy event going on here in omaha, poppy. >> certainly. stephanie elam reporting live for us. thank you, stephanie. >>> a man has been arrested at the cannes film festival in france after firing a gun. pictures of the arrest show police wrestling the man to the ground. you see it right there. people ran for cover including actor christopher waltz after the gunman fired off two shots from a starter pistol. his name has not been released. but investigators say apparently he also had a fake grenade and that the bullets he fired were blanks. luckily no one was injured. >>> angelina jolie's op-ed earlier this week about her double mastectomy made headlines around the world. many other women go even further than that to prevent cancer, risking family, risking their lifestyle, risking so much. i'll talk to one amazin
where it is. so there's a lot of room for education on this issue. but there's that reservoir of good will for president obama. i was asked earlier about his popularity. so i'm sure his popularity is still high. it's job approval. so going forward, he still has to keep those kind of high approval ratings of his job approval in order to get anything done. >> it's all about how he continues to respond. >> jessica, thank you. >>> i spoke with senior white house advisor dan fifer just a few moments ago and we started with the poll numbers for the president. joining me now dan fifer, senior advisor to the president. >> thanks, candy. thank you for having me. >> we have the poll numbers showing the president has over 50% approval, which is always good i think for an administration despite a really tough week. talk to me about the agenda now and what you think you can push forward with any strength on capitol hill. >> well, i think we're going to continue pushing forward with the president's agenda to help middle class families grow the economy. specifically comprehensive immigration reform
she was and how she was looking forward to getting an education and going off to college and making something wonderful out of her life. >> sad story. andrea's funeral is planned for wednesday. >>> zephyr hills, florida. it is now -- you might want to call it one of the luckiest places in the sunshine state. someone in that small town bought the only winning powerball ticket. the numbers right here -- 22, 10, 13, 14, 52 and, the powerball number of 11. all paying out a record amount. nearly $600 million. john zarrella is outside the publix which sold that winning ticket. john, are we any closer to finding out who got that ticket? >> well, nobody's come forward, fredricka. you are right, that's the publix behind me there where the winning ticket was sold. i guess it is safe to say that that's the most famous supermarket anywhere in the world right now. it is funny, people have been coming up to us all afternoon asking, hey, has anybody come forward, has anybody claimed the ticket. but -- so it is settling in here that the winner is from zephyrhills. but when we talked to people earli
as educational but who really run political ads. on the contrary there, marcus owens says that's not true, that they have often revoked that status, that they have an active auditing process. that's again part of the controversy. >> and the controversy is not going away. brian, thanks very, very much. >>> coming up, he's part watchdog, part pit bull, congressman darrell issa is leading the gop criticism of the way president obama has handled the benghazi attacks. he's standing by to join us in "the situation room" live. >>> like a frozen stew namtsuna wall of ice pushes into lakefront homes. ♪ [ harrison ] is there anything you would not do for your family? punch it. ♪ [ male announcer ] back here on earth, your family is your crew. you would do everything in your power to protect them. that's why there's lifelock. and introducing lifelock junior. call 1-800-lifelock or visit lifelock.com/trek today and see star trek: into darkness, in theatres may 17th. rated pg-13. little carrot. little bit of hummus. lonely wing... well we have got the perfect match for you. of course you can't bea
. there's opportunity here. i can use walmart's education benefits to get a degree, maybe work in it, or be an engineer, helping walmart conserve energy. even today, when our store does well, i earn quarterly bonuses. when people look at me, i hope they see someone working their way up. vo: opportunity, that's the real walmart. ♪ [ female announcer ] nothing gets you going quite like the power of quaker oats. today is going to be epic. quaker up. todare you still sleeping? just wanted to check and make sure that we were on schedule. the first technology of its kind... mom and dad, i have great news. is now providing answers families need. siemens. answers. >>> he's been in prison for the last four years in las vegas. >>. [ applause ] >> he's back in court and is hoping for a second trial. not only a second trial, he is hoping to be the first man to have a trial of the century in two consecutive centuries. >> lawyers for o.j. simpson say his former attorney is why he is in prison. and one of simpson's new attorneys tried to convince the judge that simpson's convictions in 2008 on ro
to the baby in utero. good nutrition during that time period is fundamental. they are helping to educate women about that fact. >> the problem with hunger is often about getting the food to the people who need it the most. the u.n. and world food program can inby where. they have the man pow are and they have the food. >> we can work together and make a difference. >>> there's a disturbing new report from the pentagon. reports of sexual assault in the military are up 35%. but we're going beyond the numbe numbers. i'll talk with a brave woman telling her story of sexual assault in the military. the capital one cash rewards card gives you 1% cash back on all purchases, plus a 50% annual bonus. and everyone but her... no. no! no. ...likes 50% more cash. but i don't give up easy... do you want 50% more cash? yes! yes?! ♪ [ male announcer ] the capital one cash rewards card gives you 1% cash back on every purchase, plus a 50% annual bonus on the cash you earn. it's the card for people who like more cash. ♪ what's in your wallet? why? and we've hit the why phase... sorry to interrupt, i just wan
for veterans to further their education. >>> seth meyers is leaving "saturday night live," that's next. first, a film about overcoming the unimaginable. we begin our journey in war torn psi beer ya where a civil war left an entire generation uneducated. >> sarah is a natural story teller. but the young woman with a tinkerbell backpack doesn't write fairy tales. >> a girlments to go to the school, but her parents say that only the boys are supposed to go. >> it's a story of war torn syria. >> she can't read or write. i can read and write and that's a big difference between me and her. >> sarah went to live with her aunt who is a teacher so she could go to school. >> she is part of a project called girls making media. >> sarah is speaking up because she wants a different ending for herself and other girls. >> i report on the the discrimination against girls in syria. on the radio, i think people will do something if they hear about it. my dream is for me to become a super star of sierra leone. hmm, it says here that cheerios helps lower cholesterol as part of a heart healthy diet. that's true.
the defense should have been preparing this at jury selection, educating the jurors that all first-degree murder cases are not death penalty cases and that the death penalty is something that should be a threshold that is very high and that should be, that theme should be continued throughout the trial and especially now. >> and in the end, i don't care how hard your heart can be, we are all human being, not one of us likes to see a purdz scene like that. even the hardened among the investigators, too. jose, if you would stay with us, i'd appreciate it. we are watching and waiting for o.j. simpson to take the stand. beth car remarks thank ykaras, . >>> i want to take your attention to cleveland where that terrible story the house of horrors, the edetails are emerging, now, ariel castro's lawyers are saying their klein is the human and not the monster that's beenin it. plus, what the man accused of holding those three women hostage for decades is saying about his little 6-year-old girl with one of the victims. zblempblths. >>> as long as twins evan and eric evans can remember. they
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education to the soldiers. what i'm talk about is reporting a crime. when you report a crime, it is considered to be privileged. you to not -- that person is not then going to the chain of command. they go to the prosecutor to prosecute the case. >> if you're still in the fox house, if the culture exists that the people who are there to prevent the culture of sexual harassment aren't doing the job, how can we be certain that those who are pinpointed to be those who handle the criminal aspect of it can be any better? >> i think you have to put in sanctions for individuals that do not obey the orders of this new system, which would basically mean that there is privileged communications here and it really does have to be secret until it becomes public win those charges are actually brought forward and the individual has to then answer those charges. >> but you're still saying this process has to fall under the military. >> it is it have to fall under the military. and quite frankly, the military justice system is very good. and in fact a lot of the sexual abuse cases are often h
. they are allowed to educate the public about all sorts of issues including politics and can lobby the government. the key is they cannot do it in a partisan manner and cannot be affiliated with any political party. so sheila creme l is the director for the center of responsive politics and she's joining us, the group that tracks money in politics and its effects on elections. is this an issue of finding those who are manipulating the tax code? what's wrong with it or is it the method that was chosen here? >> i think we have a serious concern about 501 social welfare organizations and other organizations that are trying to have their cake and eat it too. they are sometimes trying to masquerade as social welfare organizations while being largely, if not in some cases primarily, political in their activities. so we have an enormous issue to deal with. first we need to grapple with what's happened this past week. >> is this hyperbole or did the irs overstep its bounds? >> there's no question the irs overstepped its bounds. they were clumsy and that's the charitable view. at a minimum, there was inco
with time. >> people that have more skills and more education are doing better and surviving better in this comeback than our people who do not. >> reporter: the data show is nearly two-thirds of recent college grads say they need more training in order to get that dream job. fewer than half say they got it in their first job after graduation meaning plan your next two or three career moves now. figure how your first job out of college can help with those moves. finally, start planning for retirement now. does your company offer a 401(k) match? take it. start saving now. pay off your debt as soon as possible. christine romans, cnn, new york. everyone's retirement dream is different; how we get there is not. we're americans. we work. we plan. ameriprise advisors can help you like they've helped millions of others. to help you retire your way, with confidence. ♪ that's what ameriprise financial does. that's what they can do with you. let's get to work. ameriprise financial. more within reach. let's get to work. angie's liat angie's list, i autyou'll find reviews. on everything from
was looking forward to getting an education and going off to college and making something wonderful out of her life. >> absolutely. just 21 years old. our hearts are with her family and friends today. a young member of the hofstra family has been taken from us in a senseless act of violence. our hearts and minds and prayers are with her family, her friends and her classmates. >>> a car plowed into parade. the car was taking part of the parade yesterday when the driver lost control. 60 people were hurt and none of the injuries do appear to be life threatening at this point. police say that people pinned under the car had to wait for rescuers to free them. >> we heard screams behind us and he sort of pushed us out of the way from it and me and all of us, we all looked back and saw misery. >> a cnn affiliate report that a medical emergency caused the driver to lose control of the car. people had to chase after the car and leap inside to stop it. >>> now, let's go to connecticut where federal investigators are pouring over the wreckage of two commuter trains. those trains, as you remember, collide
the military is mandating. something is breaking down between the coursework that's happening and the education that's happening and what actually happens when somebody reports a problem. and that's where we need to be fixed. because after ten years, you have not solved the problem, done. we need to do something and we need to come up with a different system. >> did you see or feel or know anything within this culture when you were serving? >> it has kpiexisted. it's hard to be in the military without being aware of it. during my first deployment to iraq there was a heightened state of awareness because of incidences that were rising in the camp where we were. and we were trained and briefed at our level as soldiers on things to be aware of, travel in battle buddy teams, don't walk out alone even on the camp where theoretically you should be safe. >> where your colleagues are. >> exactly. >> did you feel it? do you know? it just seems that the culture somehow seems ripe for this in a way that's kind of inexplicable. >> i think my experience was a little bit different in that i was an officer. y
otherwise, limited education otherwise, and often limit ed work opportunities otherwise. this has an opportunity to empower women and have money to change the dynamic within their household. i think the answer isn't to leave. the answer is to do better while you're there. that is up to all of us because every single one of us as consumers, we vote with our wallets. one thing they respond to is pressure from consumers. when consumers want to see something, companies respond. that's what fashion is all about. it really is up to all of us to say this matters. some studies have shown that even for less than a dollar additional pergarment, you could make a huge difference. >> i worry that the companies know that consumers always chase cheap in the end. and have a short memory, they really do. gale, thank you so much, edwardo, thank you. we'll keep talking about what the companies are doing to raise the standards. we're not alone talking about this, from the rubble in beg ludesh to the hanger in your closet, what responsibility do you have when you shop for clothes, and is made in ameri
here. i can use walmart's education benefits to get a degree, maybe work in it, or be an engineer, helping walmart conserve energy. even today, when our store does well, i earn quarterly bonuses. when people look at me, i hope they see someone working their way up. vo: opportunity, that's the real walmart. >>> i will leave you with some breaking news. a suspect has just been identified in the new orleans mother's day shooting with 19 people shot and injured. authorities are looking for a 19-year-old man named aiken scott. that's it for tonight. send us a tweet and i may read them in our show if they're not too rude. that's all for us tonight, anderson cooper starts right now. >> piers, thanks, good evening, everyone. out rage at the obama administration's justice department. today, we learned they had secretly collected telephone records of reporting and editors at the associated press. two months worth. the a.p. calls it an unprecedented intrusion. this on top of charges that the irs is targeting conservative groups. >>> also a gunman opens fire at a mother's day parade, wounding
walmart's education benefits to get a degree, maybe work in it, or be an engineer, helping walmart conserve energy. even today, when our store does well, i earn quarterly bonuses. when people look at me, i hope they see someone working their way up. vo: opportunity, that's the real walmart. ...and we inspected his brakes for free. -free is good. -free is very good. [ male announcer ] now get 50% off brake pads and shoes at meineke. >>> every night we take a look outside the day's top stories for something that we call the "outfront" outtake. tonight, good news for tesla. during the first quarter of the year, its model s, it's a pretty sexy car, is outselling its german counterparts. i saw tesla recently on the road and said what is that car. it was awesome. i was jealous. consumer reports calls it the best car it ever tested. that's a big, big endorsement. despite a limited charge network, the model s needs a network of charging stations to make a long distance trips and there aren't many yet. there are two that connect the corridor in the northeast between washington, d.c. and bos
do to move our economy forward, to help our kids get educated, to work with congress to achieve what will hopefully be a bipartisan comprehensive immigration bill that this president can sign into law, working with congress, as you've seen over the last weeks and months, to see if we can find common ground on reducing our deficit in a balanced way that will help the economy grow, help it create more jobs. you know, we are focused on these fundamental issues that the american people sent this president to this office twice now to focus on, and, you know, i understand the effort -- i mean, the understanding -- i understand the natural inclination to try to bunch some of these things together, but there really is a distinction here. i think you heard from the president that the ongoing obsession -- and i'm quoting now somebody describing the speaker of the house -- the ongoing obsession with talking points on benghazi and the attempts to politicize that constitute a side show that's driven purely by or largely by political interests and not the interests of finding out exactly what happ
started as hourly associates. there's opportunity here. i can use walmart's education benefits to get a degree, maybe work in it, or be an engineer, helping walmart conserve energy. even today, when our store does well, i earn quarterly bonuses. when people look at me, i hope they see someone working their way up. vo: opportunity, that's the real walmart. how old is the oldest person you've known? we gave people a sticker and had them show us. we learned a lot of us have known someone who's lived well into their 90s. and that's a great thing. but even though we're living longer, one thing that hasn't changed much is the official retirement age. ♪ the question is how do you make sure you have the money you need to enjoy all of these years. ♪ to enjoy all of these years. cheryl burke is cha-cha-ing in depend silhouette briefs for charity, to prove that with soft fabric and waistband, the best protection looks, fits, and feels just like underwear. get a free sample and try for yourself. >>> our third story "outfront" a an exclusive look inside gitmo. the hunger strike at gitmo nears
a wonderful nurse educator did my family history. my family health history. she recommended because i'm at higher risk for genetic based breast cancer and i was so young in my diagnosis that i have that genetic test as well. and i ended up being diagnosed as bracket 2 positive. angelina was bracket 1. that puts us between a 40% and 85% chance of getting breast cancer sometime during our lifetime and ovarian cancer as well. the closer you get to 50, the more likely the chances go up. so my breast cancer was very early stage. it was 1a. and i was recommended initially to just have a lumpectomy and radiation. the closer you get to 50, the more likely the chances go up. so my breast cancer was very early stage. it was 1a. and i was recommended initially to just have a lumpectomy and radiation. once i was diagnosed with the breast cancer gene, i went as far as angelina did as well and had a partially prophylactic double mastectomy. i had breast cancer in one breast but didn't want to wait for the other shoe to drop for the rest of my life, so i had a double mastectomy, also had my ovaries
can use walmart's education benefits to get a degree, maybe work in it, or be an engineer, helping walmart conserve energy. even today, when our store does well, i earn quarterly bonuses. when people look at me, i hope they see someone working their way up. vo: opportunity, that's the real walmart. >>> so every night we take a look outside the day's top stories for something we call the "outfront" outtake. and when post people think search engine at this point, they think google. remember, when george w. bush made it a verb? but if a new start-up succeeds, that could change. at least in vietnam. a newly launched russian vietnamese company is set to spend $100 million over the next five years to try and steal away a chunk of the 97% of vietnamese web surfers who currently use google. 97%. it's a bold idea, and if successful, one that can be repeated around the world. think globally, search locally sort of thing. of course, a bold idea like this needs a bold name, which is why the company finally settled on coke-coke or koch-koch. we're not sure, but a rough translation of the englis
, fiscal issues, education? >> well, there's three scandals potentially in the works right now, as you know, suzanne. it's bad enough when there's one like the monica scandal that plagued the clinton administration, or iran contra that plagued the second term of the reagan administration, certainly watergate that plagued richard nixon's administration in the second term and led to his forced resignation as president of the united states. so those were all individual scandals that obviously escalated and escalated and escalated. you never know where they're going to wind up. there are three underway right now. so he's got to deal with it. and yesterday he came out forcefully and tried to deal with the irs scandal. he's got these two other issues, the benghazi issue that's not going away. to a lesser degree the monitoring the phone records of the associated press reporters and editors to try to determine who leaked national security secrets to the associated press. these are all problems. he's got to deal with it. and if he doesn't, he's going to have a major issue in dealing with this much m
for a company hourly associates. there's opportunity here. i can use walmart's education benefits to get a degree, maybe work in it, or be an engineer, helping walmart conserve energy. even today, when our store does well, i earn quarterly bonuses. when people look at me, i hope they see someone working their way up. vo: opportunity, that's the real walmart. do you guys ride? well... no. sometimes, yeah. yes. well, if you know anybody else who also rides, send them here -- we got great coverage. it's not like bikers love their bikes more than life itself. i doubt anyone will even notice. leading the pack in motorcycle insurance. now, that's progressive. call or click today. aarrggh! instead, each year, the town, population 22, picks a name out of the hat and that person is mayor for the year. the current mayor? 4-year-old robert bobby tufts. he adheres to carrying the big stick part, helping people across the street and going for horsey rides. >> he's quite an accomplished singer and dancer. >> wr mayor tuft really seems to shine is in his fishing expertise. what's your favorite kind of
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